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Slovenia, Administrative Court, III U 207/2013, ordinary, 13 September 2013, ECLI:SI:UPRS:2013:III.U.207.2013

Deciding court: Administrative Court of Republic of Slovenia
Topic: Trust: Freedom of association of judges and prosecutors Independence: Appearance of independence (measures)/Substantive independence Impartiality: Conflict of interest Individual judges’ liability
National Follow Up Of (when relevant):
ECtHR jurisprudence:
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Slovenia, Constitutional Court, U-I-42/12-15, constitutional, 7 February 2013, ECLI:SI:USRS:2013:U.I.42.12

Deciding court: The Constitutional Court of Republic of Slovenia
Topic: Rule of law: Prevention of abuse of powers Impartiality: Autonomy and control of the prosecution services
National Follow Up Of (when relevant):
ECtHR jurisprudence:
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Slovenia, Constitutional Court, U-I-225/16-15, constitutional, 6 December 2017, ECLI:SI:USRS:2017:U.I.225.16

Deciding court: Ustavno sodišče Republike Slovenije
Topic: Rule of law: Prevention of abuse of powers Prohibition of arbitrariness Independence: Recruitment, appointment, salaries and promotion of magistrates Impartiality 
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Slovenia, Administrative Court, I U 1478/2016-19, ordinary, 30 August 2017, ECLI:SI:UPRS:2017:I.U.1478.2016.19

Deciding court: Administrative Court of Republic of Slovenia
Topic: Independence (removal of magistrates, legal remedies for individual judges against dismissal decisions), accountability (Councils of the judiciary)
National Follow Up Of (when relevant):
ECtHR jurisprudence: Vilho Eskelinen and Others v. Finland (app. no. 632335/00, Grand Chamber, 19 April 2007) Oleksander Volkov v. Ukraine (app. no. 21722/11, 9 January 2013) Baka v. Hungary (app. no. 20261/12, Grand Chamber, 23 June 2016) G v. Finland (app. no. 33173/05, 27 January 2009) Harabin v. Slovakia (app. no. 58688/11, 20 November 2012) Olujić v. Croatia (app. no. 22330/05, 5 February 2005) Mitrinovski v. the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (app. no. 6899/12, 30 April 2015) Parlov-Tkalčič v. Croatia (app. no. 24810/06, 22 December 2009) Henryk Urban and Ryszard Urban v. Poland (app. no. 23614/0830 November 2010  Maktouf and Damjanović v. BiH (app. nos. 2312/08 and 34179/08, Grand Chamber, 18 July 2013) Paluda v. Slovakia, (app. no. 33392/12, 23 May 2017) Saghatelyan v. Armenia, (app. no. 7984/06, 20 October 2015) Poposki and Duma v. the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (app. nos. 69916/10 and 36531/11,  7 January 2016) Jakšovski and Trifunovski v. The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, (app nos. 5681/09 and 58738/09, 7 January 2016) Moiseyev v. Russia (app. no. 62936, 9 October 2008) Agrokompleks v. Ukraine (app. no.23465/03, 6 October 2011) Scordino v. Italy, (no.1) (app. no. 36813/97, 29 March 2006, Grand Chamber) Hirschhorn v. Romania (app. no. 29294/02, 26 July 2007) Hornsby v. Greece (app. no. 18357/91, 19 March 1997) Kyrtatos v. Greece (app. no. 41666/98, 22 May 2003) Immobiliare Saffi v. Italy (app. no. 22774/93, 28 July 1999) Matheus c. France (app. no. 62740/00, 31 March 2005) Sabin Popescu v. Romania (app. no. 48102/99, 2 March 2004)
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Slovenia, Administrative Court, I U 1490/2019-92, ordinary, 22 June 2020, ECLI:SI:UPRS:2020:I.U.1490.2019.92

Deciding court: Administrative Court of Republic of Slovenia
Topic: Rule of law: Principle of legality (in particular, law making powers of the executive/law making procedures) Prevention of abuse of powers Prohibition of arbitrariness Fair Trial/Access to Justice   Trust: Rule of law challenges affecting cooperation and mutual trust under the Return Directive 
National Follow Up Of (when relevant):
ECtHR jurisprudence: M.S. S. v Belgium and Greece, app. no. 30696/09, 21 January 2011 Hirsi Jamaa v Italy, app. no. 27765/09, 23 February 2012  Ilias and Ahmed v. Hungary, app. no. 47287/15, 21 November 2019 Čonka v. Belgium, app. no. 51564/99, 5 February 2002 M. A. v. Cyprus, app. no. 41872/10, 23 July 2013 M. A. and Others v. Lithuania, app. no.  59793/17, 11 December 2018 N.D. and N. T., app. nos. 8675/15 and 8697/15, 13 February 2020 Shioshvili and Others v. Russia, app. no. 19356/07, 20 December 2016 Sharifi and Others v. Italy and Greece, app. no. 16643/09, 21 October 2014 Khlaifia and Others v. Italy, app. no. 16483/12, 15 December 2016.
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Slovenia, Constitutional Court, U-II-1/09-9, constitutional, 5 May 2009, ECLI:SI:USRS:2009:U.II.1.09

Deciding court: Constitutional Court of the Republic of Slovenia
Topic: Rule of law (rule of law conditionality, impact of legal aid on rule of law issues) Professional ethics of the bar, Trust in attorneys
National Follow Up Of (when relevant):
ECtHR jurisprudence: Airey v. Ireland, app. no. 6289/73, 9 October 1979
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Slovenia, Higher Court of Maribor, Order II Kp 30824/2018, appellate, 19 July 2018, ECLI:SI:VSMB:2018:II.KP.30824.2018

Deciding court: Higher Court of Maribor
Topic: Trust (rule of law challenges affecting judicial cooperation under the EAW)
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ECtHR jurisprudence:
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Slovenia, Constitutional Court, U-I-78/16-21, Up-384/16-20, constitutional, 5 June 2019, ECLI:SI:USRS:2019:U.I.78.16

Deciding court: Constitutional Court of the Republic of Slovenia
Topic: Independence (salaries and promotion of magistrates), rule of law (Non discrimination and equality before the law)
National Follow Up Of (when relevant):
ECtHR jurisprudence:
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Slovenia, Constitutional Court, U-I-246/19-11, constitutional, 24 October 2019, ECLI:SI:USRS:2021:U.I.246.19; Constitutional Court, U-I-214/19-17, Up-1011/19-52, constitutional, 8 July 2021, ECLI:SI:USRS:2021:U.I.214.19

Deciding court: Constitutional Court of the Republic of Slovenia
Topic: Accountability Independence (interference by the legislative branch),  Rule of law (prevention of abuse of powers) 
National Follow Up Of (when relevant):
ECtHR jurisprudence: Venice Commission Study no. 759/2014 of 25 March 2014: Amicus Curiae Brief in the case of Rywin v. Poland, paras. 6, 17, 31.  Kövesi v. Romania, 5 May 2020
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Slovenia, Disciplinary court of the Judicial Council, Ds-ss 1/2021, ordinary, 13 April 2021

Deciding court: Disciplinary court of the Judicial Council of the Republic of Slovenia
Topic: Rule of law - Prevention of abuse of powers Independence – Discipline of judges Trust -  Freedom of Expression of judges and prosecutors, Integrity and diligence Accountability - Disciplinary, liability of magistrates (judges and prosecutors); The use of social media
National Follow Up Of (when relevant):
ECtHR jurisprudence: Baka v Hungary Guz v Poland Kudeshkina v Russia Wille v Liechtenstein Previti c. Italie Kayasu v. Turkey Di Giovanni v. Italy Pitkevich v. Russia Albayrak v. Turkey Simić v. BiH Olujić v. Croatia Uj v. Hungary Harabin v. Slovakia Oberschlick v. Austria Skałka v. Poland Mamere v. France Schrager and Oberschlick v. Austria Rujak v Croatia Mladina d.d. Ljubljana v. Slovenia
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